Modernist by stevie75


This church in a local town is a fine example of postwar modernist architecture. Completed in 1966 the new building links via a central courtyard to a former free church built in 1857 which is now used as a hall. The interior is Scandinavian influenced and features blond wood and an architect designed pulpit, font and furniture. The buildings were category A listed by Historic Scotland in 2008 which denotes their significance and affords protection to the building and fabric.
Very modern , doesn't look like a church does it. You would walk past without even recognising it
October 20th, 2019  
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